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Milwaukee New Product Symposium 2017

The 2017 edition of the Milwaukee New Product Symposium didn’t feature a massive overarching new technology like One-Key or Fuel have in the past. Each of the core trades did come away as big winners though and everyone will love the newest portable storage solution – Milwaukee PackOut. So whether you were able to follow […]

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Steel Will Druid 290 Folding Knife Review

It’s not every day that I get to take a fresh look at a newer knife company and one of their offerings. I accidentally stumbled upon Steel Will Knives on Instagram and was quickly hooked! Right away, I liked how their knife lines were conservative looking, functional and full of features. No fantasy fighters here. […]

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Zero Tolerance 0220 Video Review

The Zero Tolerance 0220 is a knife from a relatively new name on the scene – Jens Anso. This is a beefy design with a thicker handle and blade than most of my ZT knives. While I wouldn’t use a premium knife like this to pry things on the jobsite, it’s certainly more capable than […]

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Kershaw Dividend Assisted Knife Review

The Kershaw Dividend is one of the newest folders from our friends at Kai USA – the company also responsible for Zero Tolerance knives. The Dividend will draw immediate comparisons to the Kershaw Leek. Generally speaking, it’s a pretty good comparison with only marginally larger sizing. There’s plenty to talk about with this new knife, […]

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CRKT Ruger Hollow Point +P Knife Review

If I had just one word to describe the CRKT Ruger Hollow Point +P it would be “Fast” and “Smooth.” Wait…that’s two words. Well, that’s because picking just either fast or smooth is like choosing which one of my two sons is my favorite. So let’s just say that these new models are both fast […]

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Gerber US-Assist Folding Knife Review

The Gerber US-Assist is the latest from our friends at Gerber Gear. Having just heard Kenny Koehler raving about the design of their Center-Drive multi-tool, I had to take a closer look at this new folding pocket knife. As a kid, I remember when my dad would come home from working at the machine shop […]

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Zero Tolerance 0220: A Touch of Color and Class

The Zero Tolerance 0220 is the result of a collaboration between ZT and Danish knife maker Jens Anso. At first glance, the 0220 has a look that fits right in with the ZT line. The reality is that there are some significant differences to talk about that set it apart from your typical premium EDC. […]

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Milwaukee Hardline Smooth Blade Pocket Knife

If you’ve ever owned a good pocket knife, you know there’s a difference between a $10 model and a $200 one. Most of it comes from material choices and the deployment system. Sure, most knives are quite capable of shaving a little arm hair right out of the box, but what happens after days, weeks, or […]

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Pro Tool Reviews: A Pirate’s Life for Me

As some of you may already know, I recently suffered a retinal detachment that has taken me out for a bit. While that puts all of my current review projects on hold, I’m undaunted in my attempts to at least make fun of myself along the way. In honor of my current look sporting an […]

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Kershaw Barge Prying Knife Review

Kershaw Barge Prying Knife ReviewYou’ve done it. We’ve all done. I’m talking about using our knives as a mini pry bar. Attempts vary in both effort and precaution, but the results are often the same. You break off a knife tip or bend and damage the blade. The Kershaw Barge knife has a specific design that gives you an inexpensive EDC (every […]

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